Dreamy Paonia By Mary Grace Campbell

My first two and a half weeks in Paonia, Colorado have been a beautiful whirlwind. My first days were filled with group conversations about the nature of living in community, picking ripe fruits from the side of the road, jumping into the icy irrigation ditch, and simply being in awe of this amazing place. Exactly … Read more

The Mountains of Crested Butte By Trenton Maki

        Me and Abraham went on a hike, here are two pictures from a little way past the coal hills.

BHAGs and progress on novel!

First there’s my novel. Ugh. I’m not doing well. Here’s a link to the current google doc. As you can see from the end it just isn’t working right now. Now for my current list of Big Huge Awesome Goals (BHAGs): Go on top of at least 20 more mountains See the stars with nothing … Read more

Mind Games By Monica Thom

  Monday morn our group of 12 donned our turtle backs and set out for a 3 day backpacking adventure, some of us (myself included) for the first time. As if the rocky uphill trek and extra 50 liters on my hips and shoulders wasn’t enough of a challenge the universe threw me bonus curve … Read more

The start of my gap year

This post came from Rachel’s blog. For the last three weeks I’ve been living above Pitkin mesa in Paonia, Colorado. So much has happened, there’s no way I can fit it all in a single post. (Not one short enough for anyone to read all the way through at least.) Our first adventure was picking … Read more

Dreamlike Reality By Monica Thom

  Recently I’ve been fathoming this possibility of life being one long dream, ending when death takes you and you find yourself waking in your mamas arms as a day old baby, ready to live it all out.   I have been swept into an epic romance with earthly existence.  A plane ride from Chicago … Read more

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